Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Magic Sword is a kitschy B-movie from 1962, a campy take on the knight's quest story that is more Bewitched and Munsters than King Arthur. The special effects are laughingly dated, taking the sting out of the several violent battle scenes. Some of the transformations of characters into hideous monsters might be scary for younger viewers, but as a whole, The Magic Sword is a lighthearted swords and sorcery story tweens might enjoy.
Brief scenes of passionate kisses.
Kitschy and outdated special effects lessen the scariness of the fight scenes. Some of the sudden transformations of beautiful women into hideous hags might be scary for younger viewers.
Not much except "hell."
In the end, the good guys fight against the bad and come out ahead. Some old-fashioned, but lighthearted messages about women. Some treachery and use of violence to solve problems.
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